Here are a selection of Monday 9th June's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Nottingham Forest in talks to sign Excelsior striker Lars Veldwijk for £2.5million (Mail Online): Nottingham Forest are discussing a possible deal for Excelsior striker Lars Veldwijk. The 22-year-old is available for around £2.5million and Forest hope to tie up a deal for the forward on Monday.
Nottingham Forest rumoured to announce signing of Coventry City's Callum Wilson today (Coventry Telegraph):Sky Bet Championship club Nottingham Forest are set to unveil two new strikers today - and one of them is rumoured to be Coventry City hotshot Callum Wilson.
Sheffield United: Davies poised to sign Blades deal (The Star): Ben Davies is poised to complete his transfer to Bramall Lane.
Joe Murphy could be a top signing for Huddersfield Town says keeping coach Nick Colgan (The Huddersfield Daily Examiner): Nick Colgan believes Joe Murphy would be a top Huddersfield Town acquisition.
Doncaster Rovers: Brown looks to future (Doncaster Free Press): Chris Brown is keen to look ahead to Rovers' Sky Bet League 1 campaign following the club's dramatic relegation on the final day of last season.
Graduate Lanre Oyebanjo hoping to make the grade at Crawley (Crawley and Horley Observer): Not many players find the time to juggle a successful football career with studying for a degree but Reds' new right-back Lanre Oyebanjo has done just that.
Tranmere's midfield is looking strong for start of season (Liverpool Echo): Rob Edwards is building up Tranmere's midfield strength with elements of experience, skill and energy already in place for next season.
No plans to add new directors to the board at Plymouth Argyle, says James Brent (The Herald): Owner and chairman James Brent has no plans to make any further additions to the board of directors at Plymouth Argyle.
Northampton Town boss Wilder delighted with summer recruitment at Sixfields (Northampton Chronicle and Echo): Chris Wilder is 'delighted' with his close-season Cobblers recruitment and says his summer transfer activity has almost reached a conclusion.
These stories have been reproduced from a variety of today's media sources and they do not represent the views of The Football League.